Located in the heart of tropical North Queensland, Trinity Beach is a small seaside suburb that’s home to singles, couples and families who love the warm weather and laidback lifestyle. It’s part of the Cairns region, and close to a range of amenities.
The suburb revolves around its stretch of beach, which is patrolled and ideal for swimming, fishing, and other water sports year-round. The Esplanade boasts a mix of sophisticated and casual eateries as well as the Trinity Beach Tavern, an entertainment destination for locals and visitors alike. Trinity Beach’s shopping centre, Coastwatchers, caters to most needs, and there are larger complexes in the nearby suburbs of Clifton, Smithfield and Cairns.
Trinity Beach promotes active, outdoorsy living. There are several public parks and playgrounds, including Awara St Park, Manus St Park and Possum St Park, plus a sporting complex with fields and gym facilities. For golf enthusiasts, the Half Moon Bay Golf Club and Paradise Palms championship course are close by. The area also has a few medical practices, while Cairns Hospital is 20 minutes away.
The property market in Trinity Beach is made up of traditional and more modern homes, townhouses and apartments, many of which have easy beach access and ocean views.
Caravonica State School
Holy Cross Primary School
Kuranda District State College
Machans Beach State School
Smithfield State High School
Trinity Beach State School
Yorkeys Knob State School
21km from Cairns
Buses run regularly through Trinity Beach
There are train stations in nearby Cairns and Freshwater
Cairns International Airport is 15 minutes away via the Captain Cook Highway